Curves Sidney pedalling for charity

The staff at Curves Sidney are hoping to raise $1,000 for this year’s Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser.

  • Apr. 2, 2015 7:00 a.m.

The staff at Curves Sidney are hoping to raise $1,000 for this year’s Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Victoria, but they still need donations and team members to make it happen.

“I thought it would be a fun event to support, and something else we can do for the community,” said Curves owner Carolle Batham. Curves has one team already formed, and are hoping to get enough people to fill out a second.

“We have one good solid team, and we’ll try to recruit one more,” said staffer Nicole Bengtsson. “We’re looking forward to it.”

Registration is open until Friday, April 3 for individuals or teams at http://bit.ly/1OFAut3. To donate visit bowlforkidssakevictoria.kintera.org/cosmiccurvettesa, call Nicole at 250-656-9870 or go in-person to Curves at 2425 Bevan Ave. in Sidney.

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